Pinecliff is one of the best kept secrets in Colorado Springs. The area is on the west side of 1-25 and is bounded by Ute Valley Park to the north and bluffs to west, south, and east. It is a very unique neighborhood primarily because it is sheltered and feels very remote. This community is hidden away and has almost a rural feel, but is only 15 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs. Homes for sale in Pinecliff are located in Academy District 20 with students attending Rockrimmon Elementary school, Eagleview Middle School and Air Academy High School.
Homes in Pinecliff Colorado Springs are a diverse collection of custom and semi-custom homes on lots ranging from the ridge-tops with Peak and city views to those snuggled into the heavily wooded hillsides and valleys below. Hiking trails are right nearby with a private entrance to Ute Valley Park in the neighborhood. This area is full of great rock formations and pine-and juniper-studded open spaces with views of Pikes Peak and the city. Mountain bike and hiking enthusiast will love the convenience and the variety of trails and terrain. There is lots of wildlife in this neighborhood as well.
Homes for sale in Pinecliff range from $350,000 to $650,000 with a median sales price of $466,000. Homes generally average 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3,500 square feet. The median sales price per square foot is $138 and homes were built in this neighborhood between 1973 and 1995.
Woodmen Valley Park, Blodgett Open Space, Woodmen Valley Open Space and Marshall-Sprague Park are nearby the neighborhood and convenient for residents to utilize. The Pinecliff neighborhood is governed by The Pinecliff Homeowner’s Association which promotes the neighborhood to be a safe, attractive, and community-oriented place to live. Membership in the HOA is encouraged but not required. The HOA is focused on covenants, architectural control and proper maintenance of the neighborhood including cleanup and chipping events.
People move to the Northwest area for a wide range of reasons. This area offers a convenient commute north as well as some nice views facing east. People live in this area primarily because of its natural beauty. This area is situated in the foothills of the Rampart Range and features dramatic topography, abundant wildlife and panoramic views out over the eastern plains.
This is a beautiful area with a huge appeal, there is a wide range of housing options and ample amenities. Other neighborhoods nearby include Peregrine, Rockrimmon, Golden Hills, Comstock Village, Mountain Shadows, Oak Hills, Oak Valley Ranch and Woodmen Valley.